HM Land Registry
UK House Price Index for October 2017
The UK House Price Index (UK HPI) shows house price changes for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The October data shows:
- an annual price rise of 4.5%, which takes the average property value in the UK to £223,807
- house prices have fallen by 0.5% since September 2017
The data for England shows:
- an annual price rise of 4.7% which takes the average property value to £240,860
- house prices have fallen by 0.6% since September 2017
The regional data indicates that:
- the East Midlands experienced the greatest rise in average property price over the last 12 months, up by 7%
- the East Midlands and the South West experienced the greatest monthly price rise, both up by 0.2%
- London saw the lowest annual price rise, up by 2.1%
- the North West saw the most significant monthly price fall, down by 2%
Price change by region for England
|Region||Average price October 2017||Annual change % since October 2016||Monthly change % since September 2017|
|East of England||£289,168||6.1||0.1|
|Yorkshire and the Humber||£155,281||3.3||-1.1|
Repossession sales by volume for England
The lowest number of repossession sales in August 2017 was in the East of England.
|Repossession sales||August 2017|
|East of England||10|
|Yorkshire and the Humber||99|
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